The rmes.format program displays the results contained in an output file generated by the rmes command. It produces a table with the motifs sorted according to their exceptionality scores (quantities such like observed counts, expected counts, scores etc. are also presented).
It has to be run via a command line which looks like :
rmes.format [options] < <rmesfilename> > <tablefilename>
- indicates the filename of the output file generated by the rmes command,
- specifies the name of the output file.
All the options can be obtained by typing :
and are described below:
- -l <int> or --length <int>
- (value required) sets the length of the analyzed words,
- -i <int> or --lmin <int>
- (value required) sets the length of the smallest analyzed words,
- -a <int> or --lmax <int>
- (value required) sets the length of the largest analyzed words,
- --tmax <float value>
- (value required) motifs with a score greater or equal to this threshold will be displayed (3 by default),
- --tmin <float value>
- (value required) motifs with a score less or equal to this threshold will be displayed (-3 by default),
- -v or --version
- displays version information and exits.
For more details, please refer to the user guide